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Thank you It’s starting to get full of stars now. It’s been up for a couple of months now.
Yeah that’s right. It was long process. I worked on the backend while my colleague did all the Flash wizardry. I’ll do a full writeup as soon as I have permission
I’ve not forgotten about this. I will post up some code when i’ve finished. I’ve just written an insertion class too.
Hi fel. I’ll post up later today the process I went through. I’ll get the latest version of the class right now! Thanks for the heads up.
I’ve also done some work with CodeIgniter and Flash integration which I’ll post a link to later in case anyone does CI development (off topic I know but still valuable).
The BB_Query class is funkin’ brilliant! I now have abstraction class to communicate between Flash and bbPress.
This is probably something that might help me out with what I’m trying to do…
I just noticed I can actually download it from the Roadmap in the development section…
Without documentation I guess it’ll be a case of figuring it out myself lol.
Will the new version of bbPress have any structural changes to the database? I’m hoping I can use this class with the current version of bbPress.
That’s the thing. I don’t want a flash based forum. I’m building a flash application which has a secondary feature that allows people to comment on something and the best way that I can see to do that is to have a forum software in the backend serving up this feature for the flash movie. I can build one myself, it might be quicker for what I want but I thought that being an Open Source forum software that the API might be available and documented.
I did think about using the RSS feeds to parse in Flash, however I’m also going to have a flash form that people will fill in to create a thread or reply to an existing thread… so I’ll still need to access the functions.
I’ve used AMFPHP to access functions from other applications in the past which then returns the data to the flash movie for processing. I’m hoping that it’s possible to do something similar with bbPress and AMFPHP.